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... somethings. That's when we busted out the bottle rockets, and it's also when we started to draw a crowd. Up next were the sticks that shot fire...something we didn't know until later. Our guinea pig who set the first one off didn't point it up; rather he pointed it down the street. When it eventually shot off the first ball of flames, it went significantly farther than expected...right over some peoples heads and onto the top of ...
Today we were fortunate to see where the Luoyang students live throughout the school year. The dorms are divided into male and female buildings. It was definitely different from the luxurious dorms that we stayed in. These students have early morning chores. They must put away and clean everything in their rooms before they leave for morning exercises. This means fixing their beds, sweeping and washing the floors in their dorm as well as the hallway, ...
... older people in Mao outfits. The only continuity I have noticed in the outfits of older people is that older men are very fond of wife beaters that they roll up to show off their stomachs in an attempt to stave off the heat and humidity.
Do dogs and cats roam the streets like they do in other countries?
There are dogs and cats on the street, but not very many. I've seen a few strays, but the majority are obviously pets.
... The place was really amazing all lit up as it is amazing when it is not. We trudged up and down the hundreds of steps looking at the grottoes. I did pike on one lot and just sent Jenny up. We waited at the end for Todd as he was coming from work. He was trying to get to see the lights without paying but decided to pay eventually. You can see some of the lights from the bridge for nothing but it is no where near as good as you do not see the ...
... school, we haven't had much time to stroll around, but we hope to do that tomorrow.
Today, we are meeting up with our Chinese friend, Tracy, who is the owner of a number of Joy Schools in the city, and Kathryn works in one of them. Tracy had three schools when we lived here, and she now owns seven, so it shows how much interest there is in young children learning English. Her schools are privately run and ...
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